Dorian from Bridal Architect tells us why "sweating for the wedding" is a problematic way of thinking and how to achieve our lifestyle goals.
Saybah Sammy tells us about her two bachelorette trips which gave us plenty of ideas on our future girls trips.
We are talking to LaToya and one of her brides and friend Ellenie Cruz about how to create these unique ceremonies for your wedding day.
The pandemic changed the way brides approached their wedding day look, from needing multiple looks to wearing masks and faceshields.
Kathryne Carter from Grace and Virtue Events describes many ways we can honor our friends and family that passed away before our wedding.
Carrie-Ann Kloda taught us how to set boundaries with our family and wedding party to ensure we have the wedding of our dreams AND beyond.
Demetria McDonald shared what it is like to lose a friend and a bridesmaid during the engagement period.
On this rerun episode, enjoy our convo with Ashley Strickland of Ashley Nicole Photography about why brides, especially Black brides, need to do a first look.
Go back and listen to our episode with wedding planner and attorney Cara Davis Little.
Alexis Dent from XO Juliet helps us write our vows that’ll envoke meaning and the appropriate sentiment on our wedding day.
Our favorite cohost is ENGAGED! Toniah and her fiance Brandon discuss their love story, how he designed her ring and how he proposed!
Recent brides, Dedra Ash& Shakera Brison, tell us about their love stories + their wedding planning process.
Sierra's friends and family really came through in all aspects of her relationship, proposal, and wedding day to her husband.
Like many engaged bride-to-bes over the last year, COVID-19 might have delayed Amina Smith Bush's wedding but it was worth it in the end.
Toryn Lankford with Exquisite Sounds Entertainment helps us help brides figure out how to select the best entertainment for your wedding day.